Suit Charges U of Louisville President With Misconduct

March 1, 2016

A former compliance officer at the University of Louisville has filed a suit charging that he was forced out of his job for objecting to misconduct, which the suit alleges includes actions by President James Ramsey, The Courier-Journal reported. The suit charges that Ramsey made false statements to the public about when he knew about possible misconduct by senior administrators who have since resigned. Further, the suit charges that the former compliance officer was discouraged from doing his job and punished when he pursued certain issues. The university declined to comment.

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